Dubai-based VC fund partners Lynked.World to build blockchain-based trust ecosystem
In an interesting development, Pecunio, a Dubai-based venture capital fund that holds an ever-growing portfolio of blockchain companies announced on Saturday that it has entered into an agreement with Lynked.World. This was made public By Pecunio in its Medium blog post.
According to the blog, Pecunio will provide all the necessary support and help to Lynked.World in the mission to become the leading trust solution of the digital age.
Pecunio is an important player in the crypto space whose clout is growing all the time. With stalwarts like Phil Nunn, Michael Creadon and Sam Ward on board it’s only a matter of time before it finally carves its niche for itself in the crypto space.
Under the agreement, Pecunio will acquire Lynked.World’s tokens for up to $5,000,000 in crypto assets, with an initial round of $2,000,000.
Lynked.World, a project conducted by the Dutch software enterprise, Koinworkx is a well-known entity in the blockchain arena. Lynked.World has successfully deployed a Blockchain enabled trust and authenticity solution via a B2b and app solutions platform. The solution is not only an “MVP” but a full-fledged solution.
Speaking about this collaboration, Reinhard Berger, CEO, Pecunio said, “Lynked.World will be the next generation Trust and Authenticity platform because it is technologically so advanced. Pecunio is pleased to partner with such a dedicated team.”
Echoing same sentiments, Arun Kumar, CEO and Founder of Lynked.World said, “At Lynked.World we envision and prepare ourselves for a new era of the digital world, embracing blockchain technologies as the primary vehicle for trust and authenticity to ride on, to validate and safeguard digital identities, data and documents. Apart from the obvious financial benefits of the deal for our project, we recognize Pecunio as a leading blockchain influencer. They have the tools and experience to create global brands for the blockchain space and an astonishing industry network which we will leverage for our project.”
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